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In the story All Summer In a Day for almost seven years Margot and her classmates havent seen one day with sunshine and clear skys Theyve only seen thunderstorms big gloomy dark clouds but most of all just a bunch of rain Finally just what Margot and her classmates had been wishing and waiting for the sun comes out for a short amount of time Unfortunately Margot misses out on the first sunshine in seven years because she was locked in a closet This story really shows that people shouldnt treat themselves than any differently than they would treat your selfMargot and her classmates live in an underground tunnel on Venus When they spot the sun they are at school The author ties in this setting with the thesis because Margot gets locked in a classroom closet by her classmates All of them pushing and yelling horrible things at her They all told her that the sun coming out today was a joke letting her hopes down That led Margot missing out on the first sunshine in seven years just like she had saidThe characters in the story dont treat Margot like she deserves to be treated Her classmates new she was really looking forward to seeing the sun That shows her classmates are self centered and have a lot of anger towards her Im sure after they realized that hey had left Margot in the closet they must have really guiltily and ashamed of themselvesThe dialogue shows that the kids in her class do treat Margot very harshly While Margot was trying to explain what suppose to happen that day a boy yelled Its all a joke They all hated her pale snow face her waiting silence her thinness and her possible future Says the author Another boy shouted You wont see nothing All a joke Hey everyone lets put her in a closet before the teacher comesI think this story sent a good
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